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The Indiana Officials Association, Inc. (IOA) is the largest of 25 local officials associations throughout the state of Indiana. We are organized to:

  • Assist member officials improve their proficiency and efficiency in the interpretation and application of rules and officiating mechanics.

  • Cultivate and improve the relationship between athletic officials and athletic directors, coaches, players, the media, and the public in general.

  • Promote and maintain the highest standards of officiating and ethics for all athletic officials.

  • Work in cooperation with the IHSAA and other local officials associations in support of high school athletics.

Established in 1926, the IOA is an incorporated 501(c)(3) organization that is governed by an eleven (11) member Board of Directors (BoD) which meets monthly to conduct association business.

During the annual meeting / banquet held in March, members elect Officers to serve on the IOA BoD.  A President-Elect, who serves in that capacity for one year followed by a two-year term as President, and a Vice President, a Secretary and a Treasurer, who each serve two-year terms, are elected on a staggered basis.  The Secretary and Treasurer, as well as an association Webmaster appointed by the President and approved by the BoD, are compensated for administrative work performed on behalf of the association.  Seven (7) At-Large Directors, who each serve three-year terms, are elected to the BoD on a staggered basis.  The Immediate Past President also serves on the board for one year following his/her term. All IOA members are encouraged to volunteer to the association annually to assist with educational meetings and serve on various committees (audit, benevolent giving, golf tournament, marketing, membership, and/or scholarship).


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